MILE HIGH MOMENT - The Rangers extended their win streak to four games with the shootout victory and claimed their league-leading 49th win of the season. New York has wins in six of its last seven games and points in 23 of its last 28 contests (21-5-2). On the road, the Blueshirts have earned points in 12 out of their last 14 contests (10-2-2).

ANOTHER ONE - For a third straight contest, the Rangers mounted a late comeback to secure a victory. It marks their 24th comeback in of the year, the second most in the NHL, and 12th when trailing in the third period, tied for the most in the league.

  • Chris Kreider scored his 34th goal of the season and 106th power play goal of his career, tying Brian Leetch for the third most in franchise history. He has points in nine of his last 14 contests (5G-7A) and 18 points (10G-8A) in his last 20 games.
  • Artemi Panarin notched his 60th assist of the season, becoming the third player in franchise history (Jaromir Jagr - 2005-06 and Jean Ratelle - 1971-72)to have 40-plus goals and 60-plus assists in a season. With his 103rd point of the season, he has tied Mike Rogers (1981-82) for the fifth most in a season for a Ranger. In Panarin’s last 20 games, he has 35 points (12G-23A).
  • Vincent Trocheck collected an assist, giving him nine points in his last five games (1G- 8A), points in 12 of his last 14 games (5G-13A) and points in 17 of his last 20 games (10G-17A).
  • Igor Shesterkin made 38 saves on 40 shots to earn his 32nd win of the season. In his last 16 games (since Feb. 12), Igor Shesterkin has posted a 12-3-1 record.


Recap: Rangers at Avalanche 3.28.24